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Use of <ul> and <ol> in CMS pages
 
mitc0185
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Not sure if I’m doing something wrong, but I tried to create a CMS page with an ordered list (<ol>), and Magento seemed to strip out my HTML markup.

Is there a way to get the CMS tool to not do that?

 
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dan_w
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It depends on what you mean by stripping out the html markup. If you view the source, does your ul and ol appear? Or do you just mean that the styling is not how you want it ti appear?

 
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mitc0185
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dan_w - 08 July 2008 05:45 AM

It depends on what you mean by stripping out the html markup. If you view the source, does your ul and ol appear? Or do you just mean that the styling is not how you want it ti appear?

I didn’t even think to check—it turns out the markup is there, so it must be a CSS issue. Thanks for the help.

 
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